Premiere: The Killers – Christmas in L.A. feat. Dawes

Everyone’s always exciting for Christmas, but doesn’t exactly what Owen Wilson feels in the story. While the others spend the holidays with family, he has to spend the Christmastime alone. Still trying to cheer with anything, but…. Anyway, his awkward face always win in the situation behold.

So does The Killers joins L.A.’s local band Dawes to work together on the single. The result is, more fresh song and epicness.. again. The video was directed by Kelly Loosli, and its production assisted by friends and alumni of Brigham Young University.

Christmas in L.A. available everywhere now!

Christmas in L.A. follows The Killers’ tradition in releasing charming Christmas single every year. The band has since several times collaborating with artist on concept and musical, likes Toni Halliday on ‘A Great Big Sled’, Elton John and Neil Tennant on Joseph, Better You Than Me’, Wild Light and Mariachi El Bronx on ¡Happy Birthday Guadalupe!, and the most notable Ryan Pardey on ‘Don’t Shoot Me Santa’, and its sequel ‘I Feel It in My Bones’. They are also capable for quoting some famous words used in the lyrics, like on the single Boots and Cowboys’ Christmas Ball.

Feel the moments on Christmas in L.A., as it premieres on the RollingStone. Don’t forget to buy the song or any related releases, with 100 percent of song proceeds going to the RED to Fight AIDS.

  • Purchase ‘Christmas in L.A.’ on iTunes to benefit (RED).
  • Purchase ‘I Feel It in My Bones’ on iTunes to benefit (RED).
  • Purchase ‘(RED) Christmas EP’ on iTunes to benefit (RED).

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